Dennis Yip Chor-hong and Douglas Whyte have been a lethal combination when teamed up at the Happy Valley circuit and their impressive statistics look set for another boost tomorrow night when Good View Success lines up in the opening leg of the triple trio. With the TT only being partially won last Wednesday night, the pool is expected to swell to $10 million with the carry-over jackpot and there is no need to look any further than Good View Success as an ideal banker. Yip and Whyte have joined forces on 65 occasions around the city circuit, landing 16 victories at a strike-rate of 24.6 per cent Good View Success lines up over 1,650 metres and, at that distance, Yip and Whyte have landed 12 winners and 18 placings from only 44 teamings, winning 27.3 per cent of the time and filling the trio slot at the amazing frequency of 68.2 per cent. Good View Success showed he was on the verge of breaking his maiden status last time when finishing a close second to Desert Strike, who has since franked the form by winning again. It has proved to be a very strong form race as the third placed Right Choice won his next outing, as did Fortune Warrior, who finished fifth. Even the sixth placed Sparkle ran well at his first subsequent outing to finish fourth after covering ground. Apart from the positive formlines, Good View Success will sport blinkers for the first time and looks set to get a lovely run off a good speed, likely to be set by Tiger Storm, Strike To Win and Shining Day. Course specialist Thunder Man looks the biggest threat after coming up with the prized gate one and shapes as a perfect double banker option. The Caspar Fownes-trained six-year-old showed he was on the verge of his best with an excellent last-start third to Right Choice, making late ground off a slow speed which didn't suit him. Although the Thunder Gulch gelding might be better suited with some give in the ground, Gerald Mosse will be saving ground for him and he will be ideally suited by the likelihood of a solid speed. Other worthy inclusions are Dragon Stride, who has been most consistent this season, and Aurelian, who turned in a good effort last time after being bowled over at the start of the race. The form runners Add The Fun, Good Nature, Solar Empire and Evergreen look to have the middle leg at their mercy, with the possible improver being the John Moore-trained Ever King. Solar Empire will make the speed and prove the one to catch on his excellent first-up win but he is sure to be getting attention late in the race from Good Nature, who is aiming for his fourth win on the trot, the ever-reliable Add The Fun and the improving Evergreen. Ever King is the wild card, having displayed good potential last season and is certainly capable of improving on his two luckless runs so far this term. In the final leg, the Yip-trained Silver Sun, to be ridden by Olivier Doleuze, looks the horse to beat on the strength of a brilliant last-start win but Whyte on the John Size-trained Pearl Of India could well be the biggest stumbling block. Silver Sun finally lived up to his potential with an impressive display last time, while Pearl Of India, from an inside gate, looks set to improve on his luckless last outing behind Cannonise. Classa Win, from gate one, also deserves respect after winning at two of his three outings this season, while the big improver looks to be David Hall's Kiddyland, who stayed on well last start behind Equator Kid.